# Splinterlands Land Production Chart

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### Use this Chart to Figure out Best Cards for Land

Many people have been talking about the new Whitepaper for the Splinterlands Land Expansion and how all the different variables will factor in. To make it easier to see where you fall with your cards or what you want to aim for, I put together the following chart showing where each card fits in relation to all the other ones.

These are all Maxed out cards since ultimately that's what we all want to be using. If you want to calculate partial cards, you'll have to do some math. Partial cards production is based on how "full" those cards are percentage-wise.

For example, it takes 46 cards to max out an Untamed Epic. A maxed card has 2500pp. If you had one with 32 cards, you would have to divide 32/46 (.696) and multiply that times the 2500, which would equal 1740pp. Looking at the chart, that card would give you more production than a maxed Chaos Legendary but not as much as a maxed GF Chaos Common.

One thing I should point out, the power of a less-than-maxed-out card is dependent upon the percentage of "full" it is. NOT it's level. Using another example, a level 9 Chaos common has 300 of the 400 cards required to max, so that card would get 75% of 1000 or 750pp. It wouldn't get 90% because its Level 9. Just want to clarify that as it may confuse some people.

Suffice it to say, it will be a LOT easier to figure out which cards you want to "farm" with if you're only dealing in maxed cards. But, that's the math to figure out partials.

Just for the hell of it, I calculated what the MAX production could theoretically be in the game. It's on the chart but it seemed fun to figure out. I doubt this will happen, but theoretically, it's possible.

Someone could combine 5 GF Runis and place that card on a Legendary, Magical/Occupied Plot, along with 5 more GFL Alphas (using a Runi gets you an extra card if you want). If this person could match up the Alphas to the Terrain bonuses, they could conceivably get a 10% bonus for that, 100% for the Runi, another 100% for the Legendary plot, another 100% for being either Magical or Occupied, another 50% if they've got the Legendary Title, and one more 100% with a Legendary Totem. The base production would be 750k added to the bonus production of 3,450,000 for a grand total of 4,200,000 Production Points per hour.

A single GF Runi with everything else the same would only produce 2,856,000pp/hr. However, 5 Regular Foil Runis combined with the GF Alpha Legendaries would produce 3,010,000pp/hr. That's a little more realistic.

As for me, reality is much more well....realistic. lol I have a handful of GF Chaos Legendaries, a couple Runis, and then a couple maxed RF Legendary Betas and an Epic. I figure best-case scenario for me on a base level will probably be a Runi (1500pp), 3 of the GFL Chaos (30,000pp), and then maybe the 2 RF Legendary Betas (15,000pp). That would be 46,500pp/hr base. If I can get a Rare plot (10%), match 3 of my cards with terrain bonuses (6%), use the Explorer title I bought (25%), and then my Runi bonus (100%), I could potentially get one of my few plots to 112,065pp/hr. I would be pretty happy with that.

Another plot I have would probably look more like this: 5 GF Chaos Epics (30,000) plus a 10% terrain bonus because I should have enough of a variety to hit all the bonuses hopefully. That would be a 33,000pp/hr plot.

After that it would drop down to maybe a couple Epics and then Rares which would probably put it in the 15k range. We'll see.

Anyway, I've been doing the math for the last couple days and saw people speculating with no data so I thought I'd share this chart. If you see any errors, let me know, but I'm pretty sure this is right.

Exciting times in Praetoria and the Splinterverse!!!

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:) cool chart! reminds my of similar charts I would use for Alien Worlds before..

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Thanks. It just makes it easier for me to figure out which cards to use so I figured I'd share.

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The chart you produce is so useful. Certainly if a common plot can be bought for \$50, can buy one. As its such an entertaining game, this surely will enhance it even more !

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Yes, I think there's a good chance the common plots will come down in price as people need to sell some land off to pay for working other plots.

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That is a nice chart. It looks like there are a lot of things to consider and it looks like Runi will have a lot more uses now. It's a bit crazy to see the demand for cards after people start trying to optimize their setups.

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Yeah, optimization will be key. At this point, it looks like having one really good plot will be better than having 3 or 4 mediocre ones. That said, we still don't (and won't for a while) know all the different resources that will be available to be mined. Having access to many of them might end up being important even if you can't necessarily get powerful cards on them all. Runi will definitely be a great card to have for land. I actually bought two so I could have one for land and one to play with but they might be so powerful they both end up on land, which would kind of suck because it's really a great card to battle with. We'll see.

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I'm pretty sure this post will help many splinter land lovers who are looking to know about the positions of their cards, where there cards and standing and which land is good for their cards in hand. You always produce informative content like this. keep it up.

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Thank you. I try. 🙂 The chart helped me so I figured it might help others.

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You did a really great job it will be very beneficial for the community of splinterlands specially for the new users. It is very important. Before doing anything even for playing the game it is very important to know about it.

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This just helps me organize my thoughts as to what cards will be most helpful and which ones I might think about trying to buy. Thought I'd pass it along since I'm sure others are in the same boat.

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The way we see that the talk of the land has been going on for a long time and now it is only a matter of time before the land comes, the way you have written these four verses will be very helpful to those who are on the land. Want to work for them. As we all know that if the land is overpriced then very few people will be able to buy it.

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I think land will be surprisingly affordable early on as people need to sell some off to pay for all they need to work other plots. I don't think that will last forever, but I think there will be an opportunity for people to get some if they really want it.

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Still haven't claimed my deeds. Only have 3 plots. Not sure what to do with it.

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Yeah, it's a commitment that's for sure. Right now they're like unopened packs in a lot of ways. They could contain legendary resources and worth a ton or be filled with a bunch of common stuff. Either way, I think they'll be much more valuable down the road once all the resources come out. I claimed mine a few weeks ago and am busy gathering DEC so I can buy the starter packages for them. I figure I waited this long I might as well see what I've got and give it a go. It's debatable how much they will end up being worth, especially if they all turn out to be common, which is most likely.

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I am not investing anymore in the game. Also hated the soulbound cards and the fact that you can get multiple in one pack.
Did purchased my land when to got on sale, don't even remember anymore how much they did cost back then.
I am just waiting for an exit point, take my profit and run :)

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